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Hi I'm Jessica

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife and mother of two. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I graduated from college with a BA in History and Secondary Teaching Credential. Since life never quite seems to turn out the way you plan I never became the high school teacher I thought I would, instead I went back to school and became a certificated preschool teacher, which I love and enjoy immensely!

Why I am a Mormon

I did not grow up in the church, I was baptized five years ago and have had nothing but blessing poured out since making that sacred covenant. Having the gift of the Holy Ghost as my companion has been a blessing and has helped me to make decisions that are right for me. I am a Latter Day Saint because being a member of this church allows me to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I know that he lives and died for me. Through his attonement I will be able to return to live with him and my family after this life. I know that living by the gospel standards and following our Prophet are the right things to do and I feel so blessed to have this knowledge.

How I live my faith

I show my faith by attending church each sunday and partaking of the sacrament. I am a visiting teacher and Primary Secretary. It is a joy to listen to the children sing and participate each Sunday.

What is faith?

Faith is knowing that something is true even if you cannot see it or have concrete physical evident that it has happened. Having true faith requires action. We must be able to exercise our faith and allow others to know what we know. It is not enough to say you believe in Jesus Christ, you must act in a way that lets others know that you are his disciple. Having Faith, Hope and Charity are Latter Day Saint attributes and all require action. Hope requires prayer and thought. And Charity means helping wherever you are needed and not expecting anything in return just as our Savior did.  Show more Show less